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In an N-party quantum network, non-classical correlations can arise when locally measuring across k-party entangled states (k<N) that are independently distributed. Such correlations are said to embody quantum network nonlocality. In this paper, we show that bipartite entanglement (i.e. k=2) is sufficient for generating all forms of quantum network nonlocality when allowing for post-selection, a feature that might not arise when using more general non-signaling devices. We then demonstrate thatarXiv:2208.04731v4 fatcat:irgnmzkuefgshgyddr24h7ahqi